Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT)

What is Dynamic Interpersonal therapy (DIT)?

DIT is a treatment which looks at how your past experiences affect your relationships, your levels of anxiety and depression and how you feel about yourself today.

What can it help with?

Relationships, delf-understanding, emotional connections, Anxiety and Depression.

How does it work?

We are all in some way affected by painful and difficult thoughts from our past and these feelings shape who we are today. DIT uses this and during the sessions you will explore how you feel, think and process information. This self-investigation about your past helps you understand how past experiences dictate how you feel about yourself now and how you form relationships with other people.

The purpose is to use this process to reduce the impact of troubling past experiences on your current life.

What is a session like?

A lot of the time will be spent identifying and reflecting on past experiences. DIT encourages you to delve deeper into your thoughts than most other therapies and have the time to explore your mind and reflect upon the findings.

DIT is a shorter term therapy and usually lasts for around 16 sessions.

What is the evidence?

As a relatively new treatment DIT has not been researched much. It is a development of Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic treatments which have a large evidence base.

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